The first Jewish Studies program at Texas A&M kicks off with a Nov. 6 event, spring courses and a spring break study abroad trip.
Approximately 70 students will play concerts during the spring semester in three Spanish cities: Madrid, Granada and Ronda.
The School of Education and Human Development will lead research to support future educators.
Texas A&M history professor Dr. Daniel Schwartz provides insight on Roman history and the prevalence of a certain meme.
Bryan native Leroy Sterling attended the university in 1963, one year before the Civil Rights Act passed.
If your instincts say a lot of images on Facebook are misleading, you’re right, according to experts.
A Texas A&M professor of African American history explains the story behind this important date and its enduring meaning as a celebration of freedom.
A variety of celebrations across Bryan-College Station will bring people together to commemorate the end of slavery in Texas.
Through research, a list of 90 Aggies known to be listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. has been compiled.
Dr. Claire Katz is a finalist for the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching.